Positive Action Steps You Can Take


2. Sign the petition & share it (link on SAPT site below)

3. Involve family friends, neighbours, schools, church and your community

4. Make a formal complaint to Mcr City Council, (see sample letters on SAPT)

5. Make a formal complaint to the Heritage Lottery Fund (see sample letters)

6. Write complaint letters to MPs & local councillors requesting immediate action

7. Post a complaint on the The landscape architect (from the Council plans) is Scott Wilson Limited’s website about their methods and techniques.

8. Attend Councillors Surgery to discuss the issue & request action

9. Share Save Alexandra Park’s Trees blog

10. Contact the media with a personal story

11. Write comments on news articles

12. Contact MCC Officers: Eddie Flanagan e.flanagan@manchester.gov.uk; Eamonn O’Rourke e.o’rourke@manchester.gov.uk; Richard Sharland r.sharland@manchester.gov.uk

13. Contact Richard Leese, Leader of the Council: r.leese@manchester.gov.uk, cllr.n.murphy@manchester.gov.uk

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Children need trees


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2 Responses to Positive Action Steps You Can Take

  1. RR says:

    Forget not that there are local mosques in the area aswell, since there are large Muslim Communities surrounding the park itself. I do hope that they shall come and show their support.

  2. Pingback: What’s this protest all about? | Save Alexandra Parks Trees

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